An unstable young woman escapes from a reformatory for very, very wayward girls and deceptively finds shelter in the kind home of a frighteningly nice and decent family. Little by little, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The story of a girl of questionable mental stability who escapes from incarceration and ends up at a plantation where she disrupts a working family's daily routines and chemistry.
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mitchie c (fr) wrote: best movie literally ever you should watch it and pay for a 3rd one
Roberto R (it) wrote: A bit sentimental but the two child actors make this tearful and honest. It is their relationship and friendship which makes this good and the fact Kodi Smit-McPhee is a superb young actor. His underplay of the dying character is worth watching.
Paul K (kr) wrote: Very good movie - along the lines of Reality Bites, the Big Chill (without the soundtrack or nostalgia), Chasing Amy, and Sex, Lies, and Videotape - but belonging to this decade rather than the past. To tell the truth, I didn't expect a film like this to be made anymore - I liked the use of the hand-held camera and the tight, quick shots that somehow seem to mimic the emotional tenor of the relationships in which everyone is close but no one seems willing to slow down, as if the allegiance to an idea can bring them all through no matter how unconventional or impractical. The movie follows the couples through one stage of their young lives, as they play out an experiment that began at a wedding they attended. Like these other movies, it's all about the relationships, and the couples are appropriately hip, emotionally open, and aren't too serious about their young, successful lives - it almost seems that events can't wait for such a character to wade through a pool of angst and deep introspection. And isn't that the way modern life often is acted out?
Lisa L (jp) wrote: Brad Smith is a bad ass mac daddy.
Brandon M (ag) wrote: My full opinion: 6.2/10.
Robert H (nl) wrote: Visually true to the man behind Tetsuo and A Snake of June Vital tells a dark and disturbing love story where love conquers all... and true love can never be truly forgotten.They say love can hurt and in Vital cuts deep to the heart of it dealing with psychosis, amnesia, brilliance, depression and even mild S&M in order to bring forth a film of a mad doctor to be who's madly in love with a lovely lady who's just plain mad.
Phil R (br) wrote: what a long boring movie. decent ending, but overall just ehhh.
Ashley H (fr) wrote: Finding Forrester is an excellent film. It is about a young writing prodigy who finds a mentor in a reclusive author. Sean Connery and Rob Brown give terrific performances. The script is well written. Gus Van Sant did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed this movie because of the drama and the friendship between Forrester and Jamal. Finding Forrester is a must see.
Patrick P (br) wrote: Highest rating. Honestly? It's terrible. In an ironic turn, I will say this is so bad that it's good. It may have gone back to bad, actually. D-grade horror.
Shari R (de) wrote: About saving grey whales. True story from 1988.
Bill R (jp) wrote: This movie had Troma reject all over it. Had it stuck to the over the top goofy and gore it would have been pretty good. The jokes sometimes fell short due to bad timing and it lost its momentum when it went full on generic zombie survival. not terrible but not worth seeking out to watch.
Joanna B (ca) wrote: Directing his second feature film, Tony /Oscar winning writer Martin McDonagh takes a clever tongue-in-cheek self-reverential autobiographical approach to Hollywood's inherent foibles in the convoluted yet compellingly constructed caper film, Seven Psychopaths.A curious movie whose subject could be about any writer trapped at the beginning the creative process, one layer invades another as the imagination process goes into overtime and for the first time in a long time a screenplay is genuinely enticing on its own merit. Suffering from an extreme case of writers block, alcoholic Irish screenwriter Marty Faranan (Colin Farrell) has only a title for his next script, Seven Psychopaths, but nothing else.Eager to assist by any means necessary, Marty's part-time actor best friend Billy (Sam Rockwell) places a classified ad calling on former psychopaths volunteer for interview. Disconcertingly one man petting a rabbit shows up (Tom Waits) claiming to be a specialist serial killer of serial killers. Sparking unusual visions of killers; from an Amish to a Buddist, Marty starts to concoct six more psychopaths to round out his book. But stimulus may be closer than Marty first thought as self-justifying scammer Billy and his bizarre business partner, Hans (Christopher Walken) also qualify. Snatching the beloved pets of well-off citizens and returning them for reward, the duo pick the wrong victim dog-napping Bonny the Shih Tzu. Belonging to the emotionally inept Charlie (Woody Harrelson), Bonny is the sole living creature that inspires affection from the cold-blooded gangster, exclaimed by her tag that read "Return to Charles Castello or you will f-ing die."Enraged, Charlie sends out his minons to reclaim Bonny and as crazy mounts, Marty receives more material than he could ever use and now just needs to live to tell the tale. A cacophony of distorted sub-plots, Seven Psychopaths eloquently states from the get-go its intentions to be as out-there as possible as a brain-teasing talky exploring a writer's inner battle to solve a cinematic jigsaw with 'layers'. McDonagh assembled a killer cast. Having worked on the broadway production of 'A Behanding in Spokane' with the enigmatic Rockwell and the eccentric Walken, McDonagh adds to the Tarinton-esque mix, bad boy Farrell and the weirdo worthy Harrelson. The actor's delightfully natural chemistry and intense interactions is a work of art in itself. The Verdict: Vivaciously nonsensical, overtly violent and stunningly acted, I am not sure that the sum of this fiercely non-PC comedy adds up to a grand total of amazing but it will eventually gain cult patina. Sometimes you have to leave your analytical mind and surrender to cinema, at least for once it is on a piece with brains - even if there are a few screws lose. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 16/11/2012
Jennie R (mx) wrote: Not a Woody Allen fan but I thought with all the great actors, I might be pleasantly surprised. Well...I wasn't. Love the silent film style but the story was just not interesting to me and Woody Allen was just an annoying wimp.